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1  Bitcoin / Mining support / XFX Radeon HD 6950, only 305-310 MH/s on: October 24, 2011, 01:42:43 AM
According to the wiki article on mining hardware comparisons, I should be getting 360 MH/s.

i5-2500k CPU, 650W PSU, 8 gigs of RAM, Gigabyte's GA-P67A-D3-B3 MOBO. Temperature hovers around 100 to 126 degrees Fahrenheit or 37 to 52 Celsius, aside from one part that's down to 77/25 degrees.

It is a completely new card, not overclocked or modified, I've been mining with it for about a day and it's stayed steady at 305-310 MH/s. If there's any other info needed, just ask. Other than this oddity the rig does just fine, runs recent games on highest settings and all that.
2  Economy / Marketplace / Are Mt. Gox transactions viewable by multiple parties possible? on: October 06, 2011, 11:49:50 AM
I'm wondering if it's possible to verifiably release information about transactions made on Mt. Gox, for example more than just screenshots that could be faked.

The transaction ID of a transaction I recently made is 1317888886504144, can anyone find the details of the transaction based on that? Are there databases to look it up? I assume there's some kind of place to view data of presumably anonymized trades since tickers can show recent trades, but I'm not sure where to look.
3  Economy / Goods / WTB HIB #3 [BOUGHT] on: October 03, 2011, 01:28:47 PM
Have purchased from Bananington.

Important: This is not the current HIB, or the Humble Frozenbyte Bundle that was technically the third bundle released.

Title says it all, I'd pay 1.2 bitcoin (or something reasonable) if you paid more than the average and got the bonus, less if you didn't. Anyone still have a spare of this around? I've got all the others but missed this one for some stupid reason. Sad

Steam code must of course still be redeemable to prove that you haven't sold this to multiple people.

Payment will be sent according to which of us has more evidence of positive feedback.
4  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / [Question] XFX 6950 better for mining than a Sapphire 6950? on: July 19, 2011, 08:28:38 PM
When asking for advice on a rig in other areas, I was told that if I was planning on running the video card 24/7 100%, like for bitcoin mining, I should definitely get an XFX 6950 as opposed to the Sapphire 6950 I was planning on getting, because it would have a lifetime warranty if I bust it mining, and is also more sturdy overall.

This seems like solid advice, but I got it from people who knew a lot about computer rigs, but not as much about bitcoin mining, just that it meant running the card constantly on full. Does anyone here know if XFX has lower/higher Mhash/s, or if it just wouldn't matter as long as they had the same specs? Sapphire 6950 will supposedly have about 360 Mhash/s.

Thanks in advance. Smiley
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